Arabic is spoken by 422 million people, making it one of the most widely spoken languages in the world today. World Arabic Language Day, on December 18th each year, celebrates the incredible diversity and richness of its forms and the communities that speak it. To mark the occasion, we’re sharing some of our favorite Arabic language videos from the Boclips library. Covering language, literature, culture, STEM in Arabic, and early childhood education, they’re a great introduction to the collection.
If you want to find out more about our Arabic videos and how you can incorporate them into your courses, just get in touch with one of our team.
1- The Arabic Language by Nahdet Misr
Learn about the importance of the Arabic language, its history, and where it’s spoken with this animation.
2- Trip to the Sea by Little Thinking Minds
This animated video follows the adventures of Salma and Kareem as they take a trip to sea.
3- The First Lebanese Opera in Arabic by AP
This clip shows the first ever Lebanese Opera to be performed in Arabic, giving the viewer an insight into costume, setting, music, and the plot.
4- Wave Power by Minute Earth Arabic
Find out why wave power isn’t as widely used as other means of power generation with this short animated video.
5- Forgiving Friends by Adam Wa Mishmish
This engaging animation for early childhood education teaches children why and how they should forgive their friends.
To see more Arabic videos like these, have a look at our sample collection which covers key subject areas. Want to discover more? Just get in touch to find out how Boclips can help you make learning more captivating with video, seamlessly and safely.